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SFGTV
Oct 7, 2012 2:30am PDT
application for a new company named nelson. >> no. for bay ridge. i have previously held one for numerous years, just until i branched off to get a second job with a second company. >> vice president fung: and what's the name of that company? >> the company was named bay bridge. i previously held a permit for like 15 years, already, before bay bridge. >> vice president fung: okay. perhaps i got to hear from the department. i'm still confused but we'll straighten this out. >> okay. >> good evening, commissioners. officer fenaris appearing on behalf of the san francisco police department, permits division. the reason for denial for mr. johnson's tow car permit was it's actually two-part. it's basically the municipal code -- he has municipal code violations and it was an incomplete application. i have evidence but i will show it to you on the overhead. he applied for a new tow car application on december 14 of 2011. however, he did not submit his fingerprints as required by municipal police code section 3003(b). i called mr. johnson on his personal phone, and his current place of employment
SFGTV2
Oct 3, 2012 6:30pm PDT
? >> yes. >> vice president fung: so your letter of denial refers to applications derived for nelson towing? >> it refers to nelson towing and bay bridge. >> vice president fung: no. just nelson is what the letter states. >> i can show you the letter from mr. cogan, basically was the hearing judge. >> vice president fung: well perhaps i don't -- i'm looking at -- is this the official letter from your department, notifying mr. johnson, dated july 23, 2012? written by william cogan? >> yes. >> vice president fung: that's the official letter to him, right? >> yes. >> vice president fung: it says denial of sfpd issue tow truck driver application to drive for nelson's towing, only. >> that was probably for the revocation. he never received a permit for bay bridge. that was -- his application for bay bridge was denied. the revocation was for nelson's and i believe nelson's expired but i believe it expired. >> vice president fung: you know what this is? this is a denial of the appeal of that denial, i presume. >> yes, i believe you're correct. >> vice president fung: okay. the original appl
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2012 9:00am EDT
on booktv on c-span2. >> senator bill nelson of florida this year faces a challenge from republican congressman connie mack. the candidates met for a debate last week in davy, florida, hosted by leadership florida and the florida press association. this is just under an hour. >> moderator: good evening and welcome to the campus of nova southeastern university. again, i'm michael williams, we're honored to have you joining us from across the state of florida and our live audience here in attendance this night. the format for this hourlong debate is simple. each candidate will be asked a question in alternate fashion, each will have one minute and 15 seconds to respond by their agreement. there then will be allowed up to 30 seconds of rebuttal, then we'll move on to other questions. we'll break it into economic and domestic policy, then later, questions fashioned to each gentleman's record and then finally, foreign policy and national security. we hope it will be informative, we thank you for being with us. i'd like to introduce our veteran panelists joining us tonight, reporters all
CSPAN
Oct 18, 2012 9:00am EDT
now, the first florida senate debate between incumbent u.s. senator bill nelson and republican challenger congressman connie mack. this is the only confirmed debate for the florida senate race. it's courtesy of wptv in west palm beach, florida. it's about 50 minutes. >> moderator: good evening and welcome to the campus of nova southeastern university. i'm michael williams. we're honored to have you joining us from across the state of florida and our live audience here in attendance this night. the format for this hourlong debate is simple. each candidate will be asked a question in alternate fashion, each will have one minute and 15 seconds to respond by their agreement. they then will be allowed at the moderator, my, depression up to 30 seconds for rebuttal, then we'll move on to other questions. we'll break et up into economic policy, then later questions fashioned to each gentleman's record and finally, foreign policy and national security. we hope it will be informative, we thank you for being with us. i'd like now to introduce our veteran panelists joining us tonight. repo
WHUT
Oct 14, 2012 6:00pm EDT
stevie ray vaughn, selena and willie nelson. his latest book the dallas cowboys, biggest, loudest, most loved, hated football team. he's joe nisconaski. this is overheard. >> mosttamericans want a good job. >> not a llt of people were writing things in my voice. i realized had to do it for myself. >> he said kid, i love you because. >> we're a better country than we used to do. we have more to do, we need to get at it. >> i would do that for the buzz you get for working at the absolute top dollar. [laughter] ♪ >> joe nick, welcome. >> good to be here. >> congratulations on the book. i may get into shape by lifting weights with it, actually. >> it makes a great door stop. >> most hated? really? you want to defend that to me? >> no need to defend. the figures speak for themselves. they are most easily the most easily hated franchise. >> how do you get to that? >> go first to the owner, jerry jones. when i was working on ttis a year and a half ago, they did a poll on the most hated sports figures. >> sports figure, not football? >> they were all nfl, number one al davis, number two
GALA
Oct 18, 2012 4:30pm EDT
anestesia que me muero. >> sÍ, enseguida. >> por favor. >> hola. >> nelson. ¿quÉ le pasÓ, como mal existe, si es enfermo? >> ¿de mi estÓmago? no, muy bien, muy bien. mi organismo estÁ entrenado para superar eso. hasta incluso, siento que amaneciÓ feliz. con el panyabi y todo eso. >> ay, que bueno. >> ah, por cierto, me tome la molestia de traer de un pequeÑo regalito, un detalle, una cosa de nada? >> ¿para mÍ? >> esencia de java. ojalÁ lo disfrutes. >> ay nelson, muchÍsimas gracias. guau, huele delicioso. >> buenos dÍas. a trabajar. >> si licenciada. luego platicamos. >> va a mi oficina, va a la de beltrÁn. >> si seÑora. >> y los demÁs vendedores, ¿ya llegaron? >> no, no llegado, pero ya estÁ llegando. >> ¿y medina? >> tampoco llegado. >> no, claro, cÓmo va a llegar temprano si anoche se fue de pachanga. apenas estÉn todos, que pasen de inmediato a la sala de juntas, ¡estamos en estado de emeencia! >> alejandra, ¿por quÉ, quÉ pasÓ? >> los socios de auto siglo y llamaron a beltrÁn, solicitando la junta financiera. le van a pedir resultados en ventas. y la qu
CSPAN
Oct 18, 2012 1:00am EDT
senator bill nelson, a democrat, and his republican challenger, congressman connie mack. in an hour, kirsten gilli brand and wendy long." several live advance to tell you about tomorrow. the former head of israel's intelligent 80 speaks at the wilson center, a middle east policy and security. on c-span2 at noon eastern puritan live at georgetown university press secretary clinton's speech on u.s. foreign policy. >> there is a movie theater that i write about. i went to visit it. it has been there since 1947, the founding year of the country. it showed films from all of the world from the united states, england, bollywood in india. to me it symbolized the resilience of the country and the openness of the country, in spite of all the trauma people suffered in the past decade in pakistan. during one of the protests against a video that until to the prophet mohammad ahmad people turned against the movie theater. and burn them. i do not se that as a protest against the west. or the united states. even though "avatar" was one of the movies you could've seen at this theater. you have islam
FOX
Sep 30, 2012 11:00pm PDT
jim nelson of the alameda county sheriff's department. nelson had ran across this story of joseph momola a policeman killed on the job in 1827. and a few weeks ago, nelson and the mamolas went to alam rock cemetery and walked to the grave of joseph mamola, jeff's father. >> it's nice when you get something like this when you get a nice ending. >> reporter: the story sergeant nelson told them was this, joseph mamola was a constable, an elected police official in richmond in the days of prohibition. >> now deemed under court order, go to it boys. >> reporter: joining to the war was an up and coming district attorney earl warren who would one day become chief justice of the supreme court. warren also enlisted trustworthy officers including joseph mamola. in revenge, four bootleggers ambushed constable mamola in richmond, beat him and shot him with his own gun. now edward knows who his father was. an honest cop who did his job and who died trying to fight off four thugs. >> it was a blessing when he came down here. you know, because i learned the truth about the whole story. >> still
CSPAN
Oct 27, 2012 8:30pm EDT
in my book. i had forgotten all the stuff he was involved in. nelson was put on trial for the murder of rosenbaum and a history of visiting student at the hasidic parade in crown heights and in the midst of it nelson is caught with a bloody knife. he was seen running away from where rosenbaum was laying and dying. they bring nelson over and the dying man identifies nelson as the one they stabbed him and later in the police station nelson confesses to the crime. a mostly black jury acquits nelson of the crime and "the new york times" editorial the next day was, we will never know who killed nelson. this is a sort of thing we went through the through the 70's and 80s and the arc of my book, the exciting middle part is when it all changed overnight with the oj verdict at 10:03 october 3, 1995 when white america saw a majority black jury acquits a manifested guilty black celebrity and blacks across america cheered that verdict. america said that's it, the -- is shut down. it just happened overnight. [applause] and it was not only a wonderful thing that happened to discourse in america an
CSPAN
Oct 18, 2012 5:00pm EDT
nelson is running for a third time. republican connie mack is challenging senator nelson. last night was their only debate. it comes to c-span courtesy wptv in west palm beach, florida. >> good evening and welcome to the campus of a south east university. i am question. seconds of rebuttal. >> honored to have you joining us from across the state of florida and our live audience in attendance. the format is simple. each candidate will be asked a question. each will have one minute 15 seconds to respond. there will be allowed up to 30 seconds of rebuttal. we'll break it into economic and domestic policy, then questions fashion to a patient man's record. finally, foreign policy and national security. i like to introduce our panelists. reporters from south florida and a round the sunshine state. they are anthony man, a longtime political reporter for "south florida sun-sentinel." lisette campos, journalists from wfts-tv in tampa and toluse olorunnipa, tallahassee-based political reporter for the "miami herald." we thank all of you for being with us. we will begin with one minute opening
ABC
Oct 15, 2012 3:00am PDT
news now." >>> everyone's favorite day of the week. good monday morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> it's actually not my favorite day of the week. >> yeah. >> oh, sarcasm. >> there you go. she's quick tonight. >> always a little slow on mondays. paula faris. >>> we're going to have the latest on how candidates are tweaking their strategies for their second debate. >>> but first, a look at some of the other stories we're going to follow this half hour. a death-defying plunge to earth, 883 miles an hour, unbelievable, with just a parachute to break his fall. how felix baumgartner managed to cheat death. it was a picture-perfect free fall and landing. look at that moment right there. he did it, shattering the world record. he did it. unbelievable. people were riveted to the video over the weekend. >> i can't imagine free falling for other four minutes. >> no. and at almost 900 miles an hour? felix, my hat's off to you. you're braver than most, my friend. >>> also this half hour, we're going to bring you the story of a mother in texas who is currently serving life for killing her fo
ABC
Oct 15, 2012 2:30am EDT
, everybody. rob nelson. >> just going to stop you right there before you got in trouble. >> felt myself against that. >> the latest with our new poll and debate preparations in a moment. also this half-hour, the dramatic moment so many baseball fans are talking about. the broken ankle that ended the post season for yankees' captain derek jeter. >> not the news yanks' fans want to hear on that one. >>> move over felix baumgartner, chuck yaeger pulled off a flying stuvent h stunt of his own yesterday. he did it at age 89. >>age of 89. hopefully on my front porch, sipping lemonade. >> take it easy. >>> later we'll run down the highlights of nfl week six. and see how we and you are doing in the "world news now" standings. >> it was a brutal week for some of us. not naming names. oh, brutal out there. >> you. pointed at yourself? >> at me. rough. rob nelson. first we have a new look at this morning at the presidential race. our latest abc news, "washington post" poll find president obama leading mitt romney, 49% to 46% among likely voters. >> there is however a bright spot for the republican
ABC
Oct 24, 2012 11:00am PDT
signs of giant bite marks. rob nelson has the story. >> reporter: a mansur ofing in the waters north of santa barbara was killed. witnesses say the 39-year-old was bitten in the upper torso while surfing with a friend. >> pulled him out of the water and immediately begun cpr. >> reporter: the fire department responded to the scene but it was too late. >> the coroner's office recovered the body we'll do the full investigation to determine where the subject was bit, any injuries that were inflicted. >> was a really good surfer. >> reporter: there had been frequent shark sightings off the coast of this beach over the last several months. >> beaches are closed the hunt is on for a killer shark. >> reporter: this incident parks -- marks the second fatal attack on this beach in the past two years. in october 201019-year-old college student was killed when a great white appeared out of nowhere and pulled him under. >> water is unpredictable. there's too many sharks out here, that's my opinion. i wouldn't dare go in. >> could be a breeding ground for sharks, you never know something is here the
GALA
Oct 12, 2012 4:30pm EDT
meditado, pero no, no me aburre. >> ¿quÉ quieres, nelson? >> bueno, que escojas entre estas 3 opciones. a, podemos ir a cenar. b, podemos ir a bailar. o c, podemos ir a bailar y a cenar. [tararea] >> quÉ buen ritmo. >> sÍ, ¿cuÁl? >> yo creo que la d. >> ya sÉ, cenar, bailar y... >> no, la d es ninguna de las anteriores. >> entonces escoje tÚ el plan, yo estoy dispuesto para lo que sea. >> gracias, nelson, pero no. >> ¿quÉ pasÓ, a dÓnde se fue? >> habla, hombre, no te hagas el misterioso. >> susana acaba de decirme las 4 palabras mÁs ofensivas que me ha dicho una mujer en mi vida. >> ¿cuÁles? >> "gracias, nelson, pero no". >> ¿le dijeron al dandy que no? >> por dios, era de esperarse. muÉvete, jimenitez, lo sabemos, el dandy no era la persona idÓena para conquistar a la flaca de susanita, asÍ que, dandy, devuÉlvenos el dinero, poco hombre. >> no, yo no me rindo. ¡suÉltame! [barullo] >> calma, tranquilo, dandy. no vayas a dejar 9 niÑos huÉrfanos. >> la vegetariana no me rechaza. y no me va a ganar, yo cumplo. >> sÍ, calma. lo de los 9 no. >> ¿cÓmo te atr
NBC
Oct 14, 2012 11:30pm EDT
. just shut them down from the beginning. jordy nelson, he's no greg jennings. he can't make the big plays. what is wrong with aaron rodgers and all of that. right out the window. >> al: second and six. houston just running out the clock right now and looking ahead to their next game against baltimore here next sunday afternoon. justin forsett takes it to the 34. a couple of league notes before we head to the postgame. jacoby jones, a big kickoff return coming at most opportune time in that game. 108 yards against the cowboys. larry fitzgerald second player to reached 10,000 receiving yards before the age of 30, though, they lost that game, did arizona, after a chance to win it at the end. russell wilson betingating the patriots and tom brady today. a big comeback for seattle in a stunner. third and three. this will be the final play of the contest. that is forsett. only the atlanta falcons are undefeated. cleveland won today. so every team has at least one win. mike mccarthy feels a lot better about his packers and the packers this season have gone lose, win, lose, win, lose, win. a
NBC
Oct 14, 2012 8:30pm PDT
them down from the beginning. jordy nelson, he's no greg jennings. he can't make the big plays. what is wrong with aaron rodgers and all of that. right out the window. >> al: second and six. houston just running out the clock right now and looking ahead to their next game against baltimore here next sunday afternoon. justin forsett takes it to the 34. a couple of league notes before we head to the postgame. jacoby jones, a big kickoff return coming at most opportune time in that game. 108 yards against the cowboys. larry fitzgerald second player to reached 10,000 receiving yards before the age of 30, though, they lost that game, did arizona, after a chance to win it at the end. russell wilson betingating the patriots and tom brady today. a big comeback for seattle in a stunner. third and three. this will be the final play of the contest. that is forsett. only the atlanta falcons are undefeated. cleveland won today. so every team has at least one win. mike mccarthy feels a lot better about his packers and the packers this season have gone lose, win, lose, win, lose, win. and that is h
ABC
Oct 14, 2012 7:00am PDT
your reporting this morning. >>> moving on to a different story. what do willie nelson, snoop dogg and fiona apple all have in common? they or their entourages have all been busted with drugs at what's being called the checkpoint to the stars. the notorious police checkpoint in texas where police stop and search pop stars' tour buses and this morning, another celebrity caught in the sting, nelly. abc's mark greenblatt with the story. ♪ hey, must be the money >> reporter: rapper nelly is famous for grammy-winning music. ♪ my wife, she left me >> reporter: the tough-talking texas officers weren't asking for autographs after finding drugs on his tour bus. ♪ they didn't arrest nelly. tracing the drugs to his security manager's suitcase instead. the rapper has said, "neither i nor anyone else on the tour bus knew he had them." but the bust went down in a place starting to be called the border checkpoint to the stars near the tiny town of sierra blanca where officers look for drugs in vehicles, whether they're from mexico or just driving through from hollywood. ♪ i've been a bad
ABC
Oct 14, 2012 8:00am EDT
nelson, snoop dogg and fiona apple have in common? they or their entourages have all been busted with drugs in the police stop to the stars. it's a checkpoint in texas. this morning, another celebrity caught in the sting. this morning, nelly. abc's mark greenblatt with the story. ♪ hey, must be the money >> reporter: rapper nelly is famous for award winning music. ♪ my wife, she left me >> reporter: the tough-talking texas officers weren't asking for autographs after finding drugs on his tour bus. they didn't arrest nelly. they traced the drugs to his security manager's suitcase instead. the rapper said neither i nor anyone else on the tour bus knew he had them. the bust went down in place starting to be called the border check point to the stars. officers look for drugs in vehicles from mexico or just driving through from hollywood. ♪ i've been a bad bad girl >> reporter: but everyone heard about it when the checkpoint busted fiona apple with hashish. she spent a night in jail. and the same checkpoint snared willie nelson in 2010. ♪ south of the border down mexico way
CSPAN
Oct 17, 2012 8:00pm EDT
, senate debates around the country, beginning with candidates in florida. bill nelson, a democrat faces his republican challenger, u.s. rep connie mack. in an hour, candidates in new york. senator kirsten gillibrand and wendy lung. after that, the first debate between incumbent democrat senator maria cantwell and challenger michael baumgartner. several live events tomorrow -- the former head of israel's intelligence agency, the mossad, speaks at a middle east -- speaks on middle east policy and security on c-span 2. on c-span at 1:00 p.m. eastern, live from georgetown university for secretary of state clinton is speech on energy and u.s. foreign policy. >> i watched two types of programs on c-span -- every election year, presidential election year, i watch or conventions. when you show your old convention speeches and debates -- and that is a great service you guys offer. i have the memory of being 8 years old and watching a old richard nixon speech or harry truman's speech. for a political junkie like me that is great. the fact that you focus on a wide range of public policy issues --
MSNBC
Oct 25, 2012 10:00am PDT
views on women's health. >> let's me ask you about what's going on with florida. senator nelson according to democrats whom i talked to in the last 24 hours, say that connie mack, whom you see on the screen, has risen unexpected to them because bill nelson, senator, did badly in his debates. are you going to lose your senate seat there? zplo zplo. >> no bill nelson will win the election. he's been ahead of connie mack who is extremely conservative and that does not have the policy chops or the experience to earn the support of florida voters. bill nelson has been a steady hand, has a steady hand of leadership, fought for the middle class, a known quantity in florida and he'll be re-elected and i think re-elected easily. >> congressman moran had to fire his son for getting trapped in a sting operation and seeming to indicate with james o'keeffe, sort of sting operator in the past, that he would at least consider some sort of voter fraud operation. we don't know exactly what went down, obviously with something like this, but the congressman has taken rather quick action and his so
GALA
Oct 5, 2012 5:00pm EDT
, nelson. hasta que llegas temprano. ¿tenemos todo arriba en la sala de juntas? >> sÍ, todo estÁ arreglado. >> mire, como siempre. ramÍrez y jimÉnez. ¿pueden pasar, por favor? que no tenemos todo el dÍa. >> sÍ. >> buenos dÍas. >> con permiso. >> es lento, es lento. susana, por favor, hazme una reservaciÓn para mi tÍa rosario, se va conmigo maÑana. por favor, reconfirma mi lugar. >> ya lo he hecho por 3 veces. >> pues aprovecha y reconfÍrmalo por cuarta vez. no quiero maÑana tener un problema en el aeropuerto, ya sabes cÓmo son. >> sÍ, estÁ bien. >> ¿me puedes dejar la bolsa en la oficina? >> sÍ, ahorita la llevo. >> nos vemos arriba. >> lo que es la suerte, medina. ¿quÉ dijiste? por estar colgado en la pared, me volvÍ el vendedor estrella. es mentira, te falta mucho, no tienes educaciÓn, te falta presencia, entrenamiento, no eres nadie... >> Óyeme, ¿me estÁs hablando a mi? >> no, no estoy hablando contigo, estoy hablando con Él. >> sÍguele. >> ni creas que la dicha te va a durar mucho ahora que estÉ a cargo, imbÉcil. ¡medina! >> como todos saben, me voy maÑana
ABC
Oct 16, 2012 1:40am PDT
morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> i'm paula faris. we're going to get a preview of round two of the debates in just a moment. >>> also this half hour, the big scandal that's gripping a small town of 10,000 folks in maine. now, police start revealing the names of men accused of paying for sex with a zumba instructor. this is just round one of the names that have been disseminated. there will be allegedly many more. >> talk about a big scandal in a small town. 10,000 folks, everybody knows somebody who knows somebody who has been to that extra credit zumba class. that's a hot little story. >>> and then this morning the snack wars take aim at a new target. check these things out. they're called flaming hot cheetos. fans of the super salty treat say, "hey, hands off my food." we'll have a taste test here tonight. i asked the question in the meeting, what's so bad about these things? apparently the salt content is off the charts. that's why these things have gotten controversial. >> have you ever had jalapeno chi cheetos? they're amazing. >> i love them. >>> speaking of things you lo
KICU
Oct 2, 2012 1:00pm PDT
to this woman right here. that's katy nelson. she was eating lunch nearby. she jumped into the water and got inside the back window while these other good samaritans are holding her legs. she gets inside the back window. the 84-year-old woman says, i do not want to die in the back of this car. she says, you're not going to, and pulls her out of the car. watch as the woman in aqua comes out this back window. that's ursula nixon. they get her out just as the car sinks beneath the surface of the water. >> oh, my goodness. this whole time the car is just slowly sinking. you see it sinking and sinking and sinking. you just don't know what's going to happen. >> wcsh spoke to kay nelson about this incident. >> i saw that car sinking and saw the window. i'm like, she's too scared to move. i just jumped in and swam. >> they're risking their own lives jumping in here. they could have easily gotten trapped in that car themselves and sunk to the bottom. total bravery. >> nixon was taken to the hospital. she suffered a broken leg and some bruises, but she's incredibly grateful to these people for
KOFY
Oct 24, 2012 11:30am PDT
marks. rob nelson has the story. >> reporter: a mansur ofing in the waters north of santa barbara was killed. witnesses say the 39-year-old was bitten in the upper torso while surfing with a friend. >> pulled him out of the water and immediately begun cpr. >> reporter: the fire department responded to the scene but it was too late. >> the coroner's office recovered the body we'll do the full investigation to determine where the subject was bit, any injuries that were inflicted. >> was a really good surfer. >> reporter: there had been frequent shark sightings off the coast of this beach over the last several months. >> beaches are closed the hunt is on for a killer shark. >> reporter: this incident parks -- marks the second fatal attack on this beach in the past two years. in october 201019-year-old college student was killed when a great white appeared out of nowhere and pulled him under. >> water is unpredictable. there's too many sharks out here, that's my opinion. i wouldn't dare go in. >> could be a breeding ground for sharks, you never know something is here they like. >> rep
MSNBC
Oct 18, 2012 2:00am PDT
bill nelson and both men objected to what the other said. >> senator nelson, what you just said is not true. >> everything that is the congressman just said is not true. >> there you go. >> finally as bill clinton and bruce string steen gpringsteen right now for the president obama to be effective he needs our increased support and needs support in the congress. and that is your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> well, last night on politics nation "time" magazine editor talked to al sharpton about mitt romney's move to the right. >> the big thing that happened the tea party dragged the whole republican party more to the right and, of course, governor romney in the primary has to run more to the right. still the nixon doctrine, run to the right in the primaries and center in the general election but because of the tea party shifting everything in that direction, he had to be way more conservative than he probably really is and certainly more than he was as governor of massachusetts which, by the way is the opposite of a conservative state. >> politics nation with reverend al sharp
SFGTV
Oct 9, 2012 5:00am PDT
. >> good afternoon, supervisors. i'm nelson how from the mta. this project is to rehabilitate 80 buses. the main purpose is provide reliable buses and extend lives of these buses in order for us to be able to face the procurement of the buses and reduce average age of buses and make them more reliable for service. >> and the dollar value is included in your budget? >> it is -- yes, ma'am. it is $19.1 million. >> okay. why don't we go to the budget analyst report. >> madam chair and members of committee, the capital project budget is $20,690,000, that includes the proposed 19.1 million agreement, as well as a million and 600 thousand for related sfmta costs. the agreement expenditures, as you can see in the resolution, are limited to $12 million pending certification by controler of 4.1 million in state bond proceeds. we recommend you approve this resolution. >> thank you. if there are no questions from the committee i would like to open this for public comment. any members of the public who wish to speak on item 7? seeing none, closed. colleagues, do we have a motion? we have a m
MSNBC
Oct 15, 2012 2:30am PDT
-10. aaron rodgers threads the needle to nelson, making it 28-10. third touchdown catch of the game for nelson. rodgers again, this time to james jones. will reel it in with a beautiful one-handed catch. that makes it 42-17. rodgers ties a franchise record with six touchdown passes in the game. packers roll 42-24 handing the texans their first loss of the season. the falcons at home trying to keep that streak alive against the raiders. fourth quarter, tied at 13. under three to play. carson palmer, that was on third down, picked off by asante samuel, runs it back for the touchdown. oakland would come back to tie it, but with time expiring, after matt ryan got them, 5 yards out. the game-winning field goal. atlanta undefeated, the only team at 6-0. 49ers hosting the giants. third quarter, giants up two touchdowns. rolle steps in front of alex smith's pass. tips it to himself for the pick. goes to the 12-yard line. giants add a field goal to go up 21-3. the new york defense harassing smith. giants win big, 26-3 on the road nonetheless. niners and giants both 4-2. jets looking to stop
CSPAN
Oct 28, 2012 9:30am EDT
involved in. when nelson was put on trial for the murder of rosenbaum, and a visiting student, an accident in the middle of an acidic parade and in the midst of a, nelson is caught with a bloody knife and seen running away from where rosenbaum was dying and they bring nelson over, the dying man identified him as the one -- and nelson confessed to the crime. a mostly black jury acquits him of the crime and the new york times editorial the next day was we will never know who killed nelson. this is the sort of thing we went through in the 70s and 80s and the arc of my book, the middle part is when it all changed overnight with the o.j. verdict. at 10:03 october 3rd, 1995, when white america sigh a majority black jury convicted a manifestly black celebrity and blacks across america cheered that verdict. americans said the bank is shut down. it happened overnight. not only a wonderful things that happened to discourse in america and race relations in america but a wonderful thing that happened to black people. al sharpton and jesse jackson or not the only black spokesman. republican po
ABC
Oct 16, 2012 2:35am EDT
. paula faris. >> yeah. and rob nelson. >> that's it. we'll have the latest on how the candidates prepared for tonight's debate. how the format though could be a challenge in a few hours. and what each man is hoping to accomplish. first a look at some of the other stories we're going to cover in this half-hour. >>> well that recall expands, more products, more illnesses and now more question as but what exactly -- about what exactly is safe to eat when it comes to this massive peanut butter recall. >> the name you saw the one you should look out for there, sunland, the name at the center of all this. any product you have with the name on it better chuck it than risk getting sick. >> a lot of times that name is not on the label. they buy it, trader joe's will put their own label on top of it. >> exactly. exactly. also this half-hour -- flipping fashionable again. the trend that some say helped fuel the housing crisis is now making a comeback. how some middle men are making a profit once again. >> and middle women. >> indeed. >>> and the diva's dollars, britney spears come back is t
MSNBC
Oct 19, 2012 2:00am EDT
"hardball," the place for politics. >>> welcome back to "hardball." when nebraska's ben nelson announced last year he was retiring from the senate, democrats immediately began pushing nelson's predecessor, bob kerrey, to run for his old seat. as "the new york times" pointed out, the last time kerry was on the ballot, tom foley was on the ballot and "seinfeld" was the number one show. congress has become more polarized, which might make for a more difficult fit for kerry. what is he trying to accomplish going back to the senate? bob kerrey joins us from omaha, nebraska. senator, i have to remind you, when we were growing up, davey crockett was on television, and davey crockett was in the alamo, and they were about to get attacked by all these mexican army guys, and his buddy sneaks out of the fort and comes back and says, i went for reinforcements, but i couldn't get any. davey said to him, why did you come back? so why did you come back? you're in the middle of this fight to hold the senate. you had it pretty good outside. you were safe out there. why did you come back? has got
GALA
Oct 15, 2012 5:00pm EDT
, nelson. ¿cÓmo crees? >> ¿cÓmo gracias? acabas de decir que te gustarÍa ir. >> sÍ, no sabes. me encantarÍa ir, pero ¿sabes quÉ? no contigo. gracias, buenas noches. >> susana. [mÚsica] >> ¿quÉ pasÓ? ¿bailamos o quÉ? ¿quÉ pasÓ, hermano? ¿cÓmo estÁs? >> ¿una cervecita? >> eh, bueno, sÍ. pero solo una porque me tengo que ir rÁpido. >> oye, ¿cÓmo estÁ lo de la venta, eh? >> ven para que maÑana tengas el auto del policÍa. >> ay, me parece mentira que voy a volver a ver a mi pantera. maÑana me lo entregas, yo despuÉs te doy una carta de compraventa y despuÉs me das la lana. >> no, no, no. a ver, hagamos las cosas mejor de otro modo. yo te entrego el auto pero lo que firmo nada hasta que me des el billete. >> no me digas que estÁs desconfiando de mÍ. >> no, no estoy desconfiando, no. pero no me vengas a dar cÁtedra de cÓmo se vende un auto porque de eso ya tengo algo de experiencia. >> salud. >> salud. ¿sabes que tu nombre ya estÁ de boca en boca en el gremio de los autos? >> ¿ah, sÍ? >> dicen que le estÁs salvando el pellejo a autos siglo, que eres la
SFGTV
Oct 2, 2012 2:00pm PDT
terms of maintenance. but i'll turn it over to the mta. >> my name is nelson hou and i'm from san francisco muni. to answer your question, supervisor, yes, there is a maintenance plan. and as supervisor wiener said, we increased the budget in order to be able to meet the maintenance requirements for all our vehicles. >> and if a may, is the maintenance plan specific to these vehicles? >> it's actually for all the vehicles which is trolleys and diesel buses, hybrid buses. >> i'm wondering if maybe -- and i'll be supporting this item, but maybe if you could follow-up, give me a copy of that maintenance plan and especially any reference to these vehicles that were being purchased, i think that would be helpful. >> yes, i will provide it. >> thank you. >> colleagues, can we take this item same house same call? without objection, this resolution is adopted. next item. >> item 12 is a resolution authorizing a renewal lease agreement which are the communications equipment from american towers at 99 moultrie for use by the department of technology, the department of emergency management,
Univision
Oct 14, 2012 5:30am PDT
los locales, nelson sebastiÁn mas le pone la cereza desde el punto penal, ganan los verdes. >>> hasta aquÍ la informaciÓn deportiva no me voy sin antes recordarle que maÑana tendremos el partido de pachuca contra pumas por univisiÓn ahora sÍ de regreso contigo fÉlix a los estudios buenas noches. vamos con algo de polÍtica el presidente obama dijo hoy que la apuesta que su gobierno hizo hace 3 aÑos para rescatar la industria automotriz ha dado su frutos de la mejor manera, el ma ma mandatario expresÓ que su gobierno evitÓ que detroit se fuera a la quiebra, respecto a lo que dijo su contrincante. >>> por su parte el candidato prec republicano mitt romney ritcriÓ el manejo de la economÍa del presidente obama, romney prometiÓ librar una campaÑa para usted mÁs agresiva para abrir los mercks d los mercados para el producto exterior este martes tendremos el debate presidencial, en u u ni noticias.com y ver el debate por univisiÓn a las 12 de la medianoche, 11 p m centro. a continuaciÓn un adelanto de lo que tiene maÑana el programa "aquÍ y ahora". >>> la lucha p
Univision
Oct 17, 2012 6:30am EDT
minutos y nivelo nelson barahona a los 76, con estos resultados clasifican honduras y panama. y cerro el grupo 2 con dos partidos. en torreo se enfrentaron las selecciones de mexico y el salvador en partido de tramite, al final de los 90 minutos, la seleccion de mexico sin esfuerzo derroto 2- 0 a el salvador. a la misma hora en san jose, la seleccion de costa rica goleo 7-0 a guyana y con estos marcadores clasifican mexico y costa rica. la concacaf ya tiene a sus clasificados para el exagonal que arranca el proximo aÑo. ee.uu, jamaica, honduras, panama, mexico y costa rica. hasta aqui los deportes, buenas noches. un comediante colombiano trae su monologo al area dicen que la risa es el remedio que cura el alma... y eso lo sabe muy bien andres lopez, comediante que se encuentra en la ciudad... andrés lópez tiene un trabajo fascinante: hacer reír... take sot y vaya que lo escogió muy bien pues este comediante de origen colombiano ha sido reconocido y galardonado internacionalm ente... take sot andrés lópez estarà mañana con su frutica picada en el state theater en falls c
Telemundo
Oct 18, 2012 11:00pm PDT
una mujer dentro de la casa y algo sumamente extraÑo.. j.d. nelson - oficina de alguacil cdo. alameda "they believe that an accelerant had been used, possibly." este sargento dice que los bomberos creen que un qumico acelerador de fuego fue utilizado en la casa y que cuando este se encuentra donde hay un cadaver, es considerado un fuego sospechoso. las autoridades dicen que la mujer estaba sola en el hogar pero no han revelado la causa de su muerte o en que lugar especifico estaba el cadaver. denise haven - conoce a la victima "i was just shocked, i couldn't believe it" denise haven dice que la victima vivia en la casa con su novio, un bombero jubilado quien supuestament e esta de vacaciones en utah. howard schenone - vecino "he's one of the nicest neighbors" este hombre asegura que el novio de la mujer es uno de los vecinos mas simpaticos y que la ultima vez que lo vio fue hace dos semanas.. cg informa: mayra tostado las autoridades no han revelado si ya se comunicaron con l pero han solicitado una orden de allanamiento para averiguar si la mujer fue asesinada. colby staysa - investi
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